Welcome

SLCPAAA is a 501(C)(3) organization formed to “enhance relations between the community and the Sugar Land Police Department” and to “assist all law enforcement agencies”.

Graduates of the Sugar Land Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy are eligible to join. The Academies are held at the Sugar Land Police Department. For more information check out the City of Sugar Land Citizens’ Police Academy web site.    Already attended the CPA class and would like to sign up?  Please find membership info and signup on the FAQ page.

What do we do?

Members of SLCPAAA help the police department with several volunteer activities (see Photo Gallery).

General membership meetings are held at 7:00pm in the Sugar Land Police Department training room on the second Tuesday of each month. Alumni business is conducted and guest speakers educate and inform members on various law enforcement related topics. Board meetings are held at that location at 6:30pm on the first Tuesday of each month.

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Sugar Land Police Department   Sugar Land Police     Sugar Land Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association

Thank you to all the riders, sponsors, volunteers who supported our Police Department in 2016’s Law Enforcement Memorial Ride
This event supports the Police of Sugar Land in observance of Law Enforcement Week, the week around Peace Officers Memorial day, 5/15, started in 1962 by President Kennedy.

Photos from this year’s ride are in the photo gallery at http://www.slcpaaa.org/gallery/2016-lemr-law-enforcement-memorial-ride/

Also, visit us at facebook.com/groups/slcpaaa

PARADE OF CHROME 2016

Watch the 12 minute video produced by Guyton Photography, volunteer photographer last year’s 2015 Law Enforcement Memorial Ride.

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Click a logo above for sites:
SLPD CoSL, SLPD fb, SLCPAAA fb

If you are a FACEBOOK user, check out our SLCPAAA FACEBOOK group page.

For frequently asked questions about the SLCPAAA, go to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

Donations accepted as well as SLCPAAA Dues online at the FAQ page.

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Sugar Land Let’s Stand Together July 17, 2016 at 3 PM in Town Square!

July 17, 2016, 3:00pm – July 17, 2016, 5:00pm

We need people who work or live in Sugar Land of every age, race, color, religion and occupation to come out and deliver a positive unified message-

Neighbors….Fort Bend county is one of, If not the most, diverse counties in the US. Despite what the news and social media tells us, we still manage to celebrate this diversity on a daily basis within our community with the utmost respect for one another.

We would like to show our neighbors, and our country, that we are a unified community and that we do love and respect our neighbors, our civil servants and our city leaders of all races, religions and backgrounds.

Join us to create a message, and a challenge to other cities in the US, showing how this unified community will not be divided by hate. Let’s show them that, in our hometown, We are diversified, We are unified, We are Sugar Land, We are America.

Join us this Sunday, 7/17, at 3pm in front of Sugar Land City Hall to create this powerful message. Wear your uniforms, wear your traditional clothing, wear your patriotic clothing, wear what you want but come!

Let’s create a message that a diverse community can show love and respect to one another. Let’s continue to be the change we want to see in our country, it is who we are. Join us.

Please note that we are doing this as individuals and proud residents of Sugar Land. It is not a Sugar Land sponsored event.

Please help spread the word!

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